BMW, Daimler and VW charged with collusion over emissions

EU gives car manufacturers 10 weeks to respond to findings from antitrust investigation

The European commission has charged BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen with colluding to limit the introduction of clean emissions technology, in the preliminary findings of an antitrust investigation.

The car manufacturers have 10 weeks to respond and could face fines of billions of euros – up to 10% of their global annual turnover – if their explanations are rejected.

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